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TEACHERS FOR 21ST CENTURY AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Worcester Public Schools
Worcester, Massachusetts

Job Details
Listing ID: 3018137Application Deadline: November 4, 2018
Published: October 23, 2018 Starting Date: November 27, 2018

Job Description
The Worcester Public Schools 21st CCLC programs at Burncoat Middle School, Claremont Academy and Sullivan Middle School will provide a dynamic and engaging opportunity for our students to lgain and grow. In the 21st CCLC program, our students will participate in hands-on project located learning opportunities in areas such as dance, cooking, community learning projects and athletics.
Students will attend the program Tuesday through Friday over three sessions. Staff will supervise everyday snack and homework support time for 30 minutes followed by activity sessions.

Please indicate in the application questions (a) the school that you are apply for; and, (b) the session(s) that you are applying for.

Burncoat Middle (1:45-4:15 PM)
2 ELA 5-8 certified
1 Dance certified
1 Science 5-8 certified
1 Spanish certified
1 Music certified
1 Theater certified
1 History/social studies certified
1 Guidance certified

Claremont Academy (2:20-4:20 PM)
1 dual licensed in ELA and ESL
1 ELA certified
1 Spanish certified
1 Physical Education certified
2 Math certified
1 Art certified

Sullivan Middle (3:15-5:30 PM)
1 ELA 5-8 certified
1 Art certified
1 Physical Education certified
1 Science 5-8 certified
1 Moderate Disabilities certified
1 Theater certified

Fall session (November 27-January 25)

Winter session (January 29-April 12)

Spring session (April 23-last day of 2018-19 school year)

PRINCIPAL Job responsibilities:
1. Regular attendance in program
2. Full implementation of after-school curriculum
3. Completion of weekly lesson plans aligned to the academic core standards submitted to site administrator
4. Completion of data requirements for program evaluation including SAYO data for 21st Century site.
5. Communication of student progress to parents/guardians
6. Communication of student attendance/education issues to site administrator
7. Responsible for assuring equal educational opportunity to all individuals regardless of race, color, gender, age, marital status, religion, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, homelessness, or discapability.
8. Performance of other job-related tasks as assigned.

REQUIRED Appropriate qualifications:
1. Appropriate Teacher Licensure
2. SEI endorsement
3. practice working with after-school and summer programs
4. 21st Century Learning Communities practice
5. practice working with community agencies

PREFERRED Appropriate qualifications:
1. capability to speak Albanian, Arabic, Nepali, Portuguese, Spanish, Vietnamese or an African Language.
2. Demonstrated practice supporting students with special needs

Preference will be given to qualified Unit A and Unit B individuals who work in the building.

income: Contractual rate of $35.00 per hour

Employment type: After school/Evening
Positions Available: 22
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Worcester Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer/Educational Institution and does not discriminate regardless of race, color, gender, age, religion, national origin, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, discapability or homelessness. The Worcester Public Schools provides equal access to employment and the full range of general, occupational and vocational education programs. For more information relating to Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action contact the Human Resource Manager, 20 Irving Street, Worcester, MA 01609, 508-799-3020.

Job Requirements
TO APPLY: Any person interested in these positions must submit an application on-line with
licensure information, and answer all questions at http://wpsmass.org/hr/internal-postings.
This information must be submitted on-line on or before November 4, 2018.
   » Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

Application Questions
This employer has requested that all candidates answer the following questions. Information technology is highly recommended that you type any essays in a word processing program, save them, and then paste them on the proceeding job application page.
1.21st Century Teacher: Which session are you applying for?
Multiple Choice / Single Answer
- Fall session (November 27-January 25)
- Winter session (January 29-April 12)
- Spring session (April 23-last day of 2018-19 school year)
- All 3 sessions

2.21st Century Teacher: Which program are you applying for? (First choice)
Multiple Choice / Single Answer
- Burncoat|ELA 5-8 certified
- Burncoat|Dance certified
- Burncoat|Science 5-8 certified
- Burncoat|Instructional Technology certified
- Burncoat|Music certified
- Burncoat|Library certified
- Burncoat|Moderate Disabilities certified
- Claremont|dual licensed in ELA and ESL
- Claremont|Health certified
- Claremont|Moderate Disabilities
- Claremont|Instructional Technology
- Claremont|Math 5-8 certified
- Claremont|Art certified
- Claremont|ELL certified
- Sullivan Middle|ELA 5-8 certified
- Sullivan Middle|Art certified
- Sullivan Middle|PE certified
- Sullivan Middle|Science 5-8 certified
- Sullivan Middle| Moderate Disabilities certified

3.21st Century Teacher: Which program are you applying for? (2nd choice)
Multiple Choice / Single Answer
- Burncoat|ELA 5-8 certified
- Burncoat|Dance certified
- Burncoat|Science 5-8 certified
- Burncoat|Instructional Technology certified
- Burncoat|Music certified
- Burncoat|Library certified
- Burncoat|Moderate Disabilities certified
- Claremont|dual licensed in ELA and ESL
- Claremont|Health certified
- Claremont|Moderate Disabilities
- Claremont|Instructional Technology
- Claremont|Math 5-8 certified
- Claremont|Art certified
- Claremont|ELL certified
- Sullivan Middle|ELA 5-8 certified
- Sullivan Middle|Art certified
- Sullivan Middle|PE certified
- Sullivan Middle|Science 5-8 certified
- Sullivan Middle| Moderate Disabilities certified
- no second choice

4.Do you have demonstrated practice supporting students with special needs?
Yes/No

5.Do you have practice working in a 21st Century WPS program?
Yes/No

6.Do you have practice working with after-school and summer programs and activities?
Yes/No

7.What is the licensure you are currently working under?
Brief Response (Answer limited to 200 characters, including spaces)

8.Number of years in the Worcester Public Schools
Brief Response (Answer limited to 200 characters, including spaces)

9.Are you SEI endorsed?
Yes/No

10.Are you fluent in a language(s) other than English?
Yes/No

11.What is the highest degree you have attained? (Professional)
Multiple Choice / Single Answer
- BA
- BA+15
- MA
- MA+15
- MA+30
- 2 MA
- CAGS
- DOC

12.Do you have 21st Century Learning Communities practice?
Yes/No

13.Do you have practice working with community agencies?
Yes/No

14.School for which you work
Multiple Choice / Single Answer
- Alternative @ St. Casimir
- Belmont Street
- Burncoat High
- Burncoat Middle
- Burncoat Street Prep
- Canterbury Street
- Caradonio New Citizen Center
- Challenge and Reach Academies
- Chandler Magnet
- Chandler Elementary
- City View
- Claremont
- Clark Street
- Columbus Park
- Doherty Memorial High
- Durkin Administration Building
- Elm Park
- Flagg Street
- Forest Grove Middle
- Gates Lane
- Gerald Creamer
- Goddard
- Grafton Street
- Heard Street
- Jacob Hiatt
- Lake View
- Lincoln Street
- May Street
- McGrath
- Midland Street
- Nelson Place
- Norrback Avenue
- North High
- Quinsigamond
- Rice Square
- Roosevelt
- South High
- Sullivan Middle
- Systemwide
- Tatnuck Magnet
- Thorndyke Road
- Union Hill
- University Park
- Vernon Hill
- Wawecus Road
- West Tatnuck
- Woodland
- Worcester Arts Magnet
- Worcester East Middle
- Worcester Technical High
- Fanning Building
- Home & Hospital
- ACT Program

15.Please describe the course that you would design that is connected to your license area. Your proposal should include: 1.Sample activities you would provide and the end product or capstone activity (i.e. the students will?produce a dance performance, create a school newspaper, design a race car, write a cookbook, etc.)2. Any core content and/or academic expertise that you will cover. The goals of the program are to focus on one or more of the following: ELA (reading, verbal and written communication), homework support, engagement in learning (staying on task, participating in classroom activities), perseverance/self-regulation (social-emotional expertise, goal setting, able to work independently or in a group), relations with adults/peers (social-emotional expertise, discussing interests or ideas, showing respect, cooperative tasks). 3. How you will connect your topic/activities to address the academic expertise identified in #3 in a project located and engaging manner.4. At the end of the 21st CCLC session in which you provide activities, what students will know and what they will be able to do that they may not have known prior.5. Any activities and events that allow for parent and/or family participation.
Long Essay (Answer limited to 4000 characters, including spaces)

Contact Information
Cheryl Keller, Clerk
20 Irving Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01609
Phone: 508-799-3024
Email address: kellerc@worcesterschools.net

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